Template:Editor-review/editintro

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This is not the place to request a review of an article you have created. For that, please see requests for feedback.

Requesting instructions
For each of the following prompts, please fill in the relevant information so your review may be completed.
If you reference any specific edits in your answers, please include the applicable wikilinks.
Statement: Replace with a brief message about yourself and why you want to be reviewed.
Username: Please don't change anything!
Q1: What are your primary contributions to Wikipedia? Are there any about which you are particularly pleased? Why?
Q2: Have you been in editing disputes or do you feel other users have caused you stress? How have you dealt with it and how will you deal with it in the future? If you have never been in an editing dispute, explain how you would respond to one.
Q3: What do you want to get out of this editor review? Are you thinking of running for adminship? Would you like feedback on a specific area of your editing? Or would you just like a general review of your edits?
After you're done filling it out
  • Wait to be reviewed. Your request will be archived manually after at least thirty days if it has received at least one review; the listing will also be removed from the main page. If you are satisfied with the feedback you have received, you may manually archive your editor review before the end of the thirty-day period.
  • Optional, but highly recommended: You may put the {{Editor review}} template or the {{Editor review sticker}} template on your user page to advertise the review page.